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The Rhodius or Rhodios was a river of the ancient Troad, having its sources in Mount Ida, a little above the town of Astyra; it flowed in a northwestern direction, and after passing by Astyra and Cremaste, discharged itself into the Hellespont between Dardanus and Abydus. Strabo states that some regarded the Rhodius as a tributary of the Aesepus; but they must have been mistaken, as the river is mentioned on the coins of Dardanus. Pliny the Elder states that this... Read More


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